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13.06.3 issue

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Please check this:

1) set cutoff object bottom any value - I set 14 mm

2) bottom layer speed is set to 20 by default

3) print speed was 60 for me

When I started PRINT, Cura ignore 20 setting and printed 1st layer of cut object with 60 speed. I think it's a bug, 1st layer is the one that touched the platform first, correct? Should be 20 mm speed.

Thank you. Hope this will be corrected.

Thanks!

 

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Update, now the same happens to me when I printed multiple objects.

Upon lifting up Z axis for next object in queue, the first layer of the new object was print at 60 mm/sec, definititely not 20 mm/sec.

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This should be pretty much impossible by design unless the firmware is doing something wrong. Could you check the first layer's F values in the GCode?

 

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